Vitavox awarded the
highest badge of honour – Gold ERS

We are hugely proud to announce we’ve been awarded the highest badge of honour for our support to the armed forces community - Gold ERS!

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VITAVOX joins the 128 businesses to have achieved a Gold ERS (Defence’s Employer Recognition Scheme) Award since its launch in 2014. The essence of the awards scheme remains the same now as it was at its inception:

“These companies have taken meaningful steps to ensure the Defence community are not disadvantaged by the sacrifice they make in helping keep this country safe. The actions of these employers make it crystal clear that regardless of size, location, or sector, employing people with military skills is good for business.” – Former Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon.

Commenting on their Gold ERS Award, David Palmer, Managing Director said:

“We are delighted to be recognised with this prestigious award for the work we have undertaken supporting ex-service personnel make the transition into civilian employment.

The technical expertise and skills that they have developed during their military service, such as problem-solving and working under pressure, are ideal for a number of roles within the industry and we are proud to count them amongst our employees.”

Kristina Carrington, Employer Engagement Director in East Anglia for the Ministry of Defence, provides information and support to employers of a member of the Reserve Forces, veterans and military spouses.

She said: “The Employer Recognition Scheme is a great way for employers to highlight to their customers and the community that they support the Armed Forces. I invite every employer in East Anglia to emulate over 3,000 other UK businesses in publicly declaring their support for the military community.”

An Awards ceremony will be held later this year in London, where representatives of VITAVOX will be presented with their award.

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